Across the Pond Profile: Cage Warriors fighters Shaun Luther and Rory Evans

Across the Pond Profile: Cage Warriors fighters Shaun Luther and Rory Evans

You never know how well a fighter will react when the stage lights shine bright in the world of MMA. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to two streaking comets whose unbound potential has them shooting for the stars.

Shaun Luther

A professional since March 2016 and representing Team Savage, Shaun Luther owns a 4-4 record in eight career bouts as a professional comprised of three knockouts and one submission. Luther has finished all four of his professional victories and has competed with various promotions including Rise Of Champions and Cage Warriors. At Rise Of Champions 2, he defeated Marius Bogdan Pisat via TKO in the second round. Luther also defeated Ross Coe in round one at Combat Challenge North East 7 to earn his lone submission victory as a professional thus far. Then at Phoenix Academy Fight Night, he faced Oliver Jones and went on to defeat him via TKO in the first round. At Cage Warriors 108 Luther faced submission specialist Martin Mcdonough and defeated him via TKO in round one to earn the third knockout victory of his professional career and also earned his first win under the Cage Warriors banner in the process. Eight professional contests and a perfect finish have Luther going full savage mode!

Rory Evans

A professional since December 2016 and representing Chris Rees Academy, Rory Evans owns a 3-3 record in six professional bouts comprised of two submissions and one decision. In his MMA debut, he defeated Julian Bouteix via rear-naked choke in the first round. Evans also defeated Jason Jenkins via unanimous decision. For his debut outing with Cage Warriors at Cage Warriors 108, he tapped out Brad Evans via rear-naked choke in round one to earn the second submission win of his professional career. Flames of danger are starting to billow from this dragon’s mouth!

Rory Evans v Brad Evans Cage Warriors 108

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